168: What is the Heresy of Modernism? w Dr Marshall and Fr Longenecker [Podcast]

What is the heresy of Modernism and when and how did it begin? Father Longenecker explains how Modernism has its origins in the Protestant Reformation and traces it to the Liberalism of the 1800s and then the full development of Modernism in the 1900s. We discuss how it can be countered through truth and liturgy toward the end.

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167: Why did Pope Francis Rescue Cardinal Wuerl? [Podcast]

Cardinal Wuerl was mentioned 200 times in the Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report and implicated by Archbishop Vigano for covering and lying for disgraced exCardinal McCarrick. Pope Francis accepted the resignation of Cardinal Wuerl but published a glowing letter praising Wuerl’s nobility of character. Moreover, Wuerl retains his status as Cardinal and member of the Congregation for Bishops, as well as remaining administrator for the diocese of Washington DC. Watch to learn more about the timeline and events and whether this is an example of “gaslighting.”

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Catholic Outdoor Adventures for Boys and Their Fathers: Troops of Saint George

The Troops of Saint George are growing and developing into one of the most important lay apostolates in the world. We currently have a crisis of fatherhood and the goal of the Troops of Saint George is guide young men into the vocation of Matrimony as godly and virtuous fathers or into Holy Orders as godly and virtuous spiritual fathers. It’s not merely a “replacement for Boy Scouts.” It is an entirely fresh approach to the outdoors and discipleship – from father to son.

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166: Can a Pope be Deposed? [Podcast]

Can a bad Pope be deposed? Could Pope Francis be deposed by cardinals, bishops, or anybody?

Eric Sammons discusses his recent article on the history of Popes both resigning and being deposed and provides clarity on the issue both in history and in our own day.

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165: Vigano attacked by Cardinal Ouellet: Why? [Podcast]

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, in his second testimony against Pope Francis called upon Cardinal Marc Ouellet to confirm Vigano’s claim that Pope Benedict XVI had placed sanctions on exCardainl McCarrick. Cardinal Ouellet recently responded with an aggressive open letter to Viganò – but oddly enough confirmed Vigano’s claim against Pope Francis that “restrictions” had been placed on McCarrick. Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon discuss the controversy and how it is that Vigano’s credibility has not increased even more so.

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164: Did Jesus Descend into Hell? Proof from the Bible [Podcast]

In this video, I discuss Christ’s descent into Hell as the conquering Victor and what the Bible says about the “Harrowing (Harvest) of Hell.”

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163: Is it OK to Criticize Pope Francis? VIGANO Part 2 [Podcast]

Is it Okay to Criticize Pope Francis? Archbishop Vigano issued his SECOND testimony addressing the silence of Pope Francis, the investigation of Cardinal Murphy O’Conner, and the role of Cardinal Marc Ouellet. Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon discuss the importance of Cardinal Ouellet and how Cardinal Muller has recently validated the account of Pope Francis cancelling the investigation of Cardinal Murphy O’Conner.

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162: How did Thomas Aquinas Die: Neurosurgery and Brain Death

The greatest mind of Catholicism, Saint Thomas Aquinas, died of a brain injury. Today I talk to Dr. Paul Camarata, a Catholic brain surgeon and neurosurgery researcher about the final timeline of Aquinas’ life and demise. Dr Camarata proposes a scientific solution to the mysterious and puzzling death of Saint Thomas Aquinas. We also discuss whether Thomas may have had mild Aspergers/Autism and discuss Dr. Camarata’s letter to Pope Francis regarding the resignation of Cardinal Burke and Grand Master Michael Festing from the Knights of Malta.

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161: Did Pope Francis Stop Cardinal Abuse Investigation? (Müller, Murphy-O’Connor, St Gallen) [Podcast]

Did Pope Francis tell Cardinal Müller to cease his investigation against the pope’s friend and “my man” Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor of Westminster (London)?

In 2013, Pope Francis called Cardinal Müller off the altar during Mass to speak with him in the sacristy. Pope Francis wanted Cardinal Müller (Prefect for the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith) to cease an abuse investigation against the accused Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor Archbishop of Westminster (London). Dr Taylor Marshall and Timothy Gordon discuss this report in light of their video on the St Gallen Mafia.

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160: Pope Francis Church History & Papal Controversy w Fr Dwight Longenecker [Podcast]

What can we learn about heresy and papal controversy? Dr Taylor Marshall and Fr Dwight Longenecker discuss the Arian controversy, Pope Liberius, and heresy in the past to distill the current controversies surrounding Pope Benedict. We also draw parallels about how Arianism was “aristocratic”…and so is the “new catholicism.”

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